• 2
    • 2020.1 release notes[1]
    • 2021.1.0 release notes[1]
    • 2021.1.0-rs1 patch release notes[1]
    • 2021.1.1[1]
  • 3
    • 3-step preemption plan[1]
  • -
  • /
  • .
  • @
  • $
    • $subdirectories, cleaning[1]
  • A
  • B
    • backdoor access[1]
    • backwards compatibility[1]
    • backwards compatibility and migrating from previous versions[1]
    • batch files[1]
    • bhist, emulated[1]
    • bhosts, emulated[1]
    • bin/bash[1]
    • bin/csh[1]
    • bin/tcsh[1]
    • bjobs, emulated[1]
    • bkill, emulated[1]
    • black hole detection[1]
    • browser, submitting jobs from[1][2]
    • browser-based setup[1][2][3][4]
    • bsub, emulated[1]
    • bypass ACL instructions[1]
  • C
    • cache nc list[1]
    • caching, nc list[1]
    • canonical file names[1]
    • CGROUPS for jobs[1]
    • change the default queue with nc_queue[1]
    • check environment[1]
    • class, job[1]
    • classDescription[1]
    • classEditable[1]
    • clean up after an escape[1]
    • clean up log files[1]
    • clean up processes left behind by completed jobs[1]
    • ClearCase view [][1]
    • client limitation and tuning[1]
    • clients, too many[1]
    • clients, too many in the system[1]
    • client service modes[1]
    • CM functions available[1]
    • cold upgrade[1]
    • command line, run jobs[1]
    • command line interface[1][2]
    • command line interface for preemption rules[1][2]
    • commas vs ORs in resources[1]
    • compose good enviornment scripts[1]
    • composite environments[1]
    • configuration[1][2][3]
    • configuration examples[1][2]
    • configuration files for vovagent[1]
    • configuration management[1]
    • configuration management, test instance[1]
    • configure a failover server replacement[1]
    • configure an environment[1]
    • configure callbacks with vnccallbackaction[1]
    • configure container integration[1]
    • configure database from the command line[1]
    • configure default resources[1]
    • configure email addresses[1]
    • configure FairShare via the vovfsgroup utility[1]
    • configure policy.tcl for FairShare[1]
    • configure resources[1]
    • configure security[1]
    • configure vovnotifyd via the browser[1]
    • configuring vovnotifyd via the CLI[1]
    • consumable resources[1]
    • container support[1]
    • control the environment[1][2]
    • control the tool:* resource[1]
    • control the tool field at job creation time[1]
    • control the user:x resource[1]
    • control tree access[1]
    • control whether a job is preemptable[1]
    • control which license usage data is loaded[1]
    • convert old vovpreemptpolicy into vovpreemptrule[1]
    • cores, slots, and CPUs[1]
    • CPUPROGRESS, percentage of CPU time[1]
    • CPU progress and run status indicators[1]
    • CPUTIME, total CPU time accumulated[1]
    • crash recovery mode[1]
    • crash recovery restart[1]
    • create jobclasses[1]
    • cross-platform job runs[1]
    • c-shell, TCSH user setup[1]
    • customize plot color[1]
    • customize SNAPSHOT behavior[1]
    • customize submission policy[1]
    • customize the GUI[1]
    • customize the nc list command[1]
    • customize the nc run command[1]
  • D
    • daemon, automatic start[1]
    • database[1]
    • database backup[1]
    • database configuration options[1]
    • database control[1]
    • database control options[1]
    • database daemon[1]
    • database engine versions and upgrades[1][2]
    • database export[1]
    • database location[1]
    • database schema[1]
    • database structure[1]
    • database tasks[1][2]
    • debug jobs example[1]
    • debug log[1]
    • debug vovpreemptrule[1]
    • deep, clean option[1]
    • define a default jobclass[1]
    • define a logical HOME directory name[1]
    • define equivalences for file names[1]
    • define FairShare groups[1]
    • define jobclasses[1]
    • delete empty node[1]
    • detailed job information[1]
    • determine the current engine version[1]
    • develop environments[1]
    • directories, jobclass[1]
    • directories and files[1]
    • disable[1]
    • disable/enable periodic jobs[1]
    • disable handle matching[1]
    • disable listing by job name[1]
    • disable reconciliation[1]
    • disable regular user login[1]
    • disable security[1]
    • disk full and quota[1]
    • distributed parallel component rank and resources[1]
    • distributed parallel properties[1]
    • distributed parallel slot timeout[1]
    • distributed parallel support[1]
    • do not disturb a top job[1]
    • do not preempt a resumed job[1]
    • dump previous release databases[1]
    • dynamic resource map configuration[1]
  • E
    • emulate job, test script[1][2]
    • emulation, LSF[1]
    • enable a project[1]
    • enable CLI access on UNIX[1]
    • enable CLI access on Windows[1]
    • enable FairShare[1]
    • enable RAM sentry[1]
    • enable security[1]
    • enable the command prompt to communicate with a running product server[1][2]
    • enable the shell to communicate with a running product server[1]
    • enable time series data stream[1]
    • encoded, job environment[1]
    • enforce job resource rules[1]
    • enter the Windows password[1]
    • environment, cross-platform job[1]
    • environment control[1][2]
    • environment debugging[1]
    • environment encoded, snapprop[1]
    • environment examples[1]
    • environment management[1]
    • environment management limits[1]
    • environment processing[1]
    • example, submit a single job[1]
    • example, submit multiple jobs[1]
    • example application: REST 101[1]
    • example applications: job submit and list[1]
    • examples, jobclass[1]
    • examples, job submission with triggers[1]
    • examples, vovinfo[1]
    • examples: job submit and job info[1]
    • exceptions to FairShare scheduling[1]
    • exclamation-point (bang) operator[1][2]
    • execute jobs periodically[1]
    • exhausted file descriptors behavior[1]
    • export data[1]
    • exported jobs directory[1]
  • F
    • failed preemption, job-to-watch timeout[1]
    • failover.csh[1]
    • failover configuration, tips[1]
    • failover server candidates[1]
    • FairShare[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16]
    • FairShare, add nodes[1]
    • FairShare command line utilities[1]
    • FairShare groups[1]
    • FairShare groups, manage[1]
    • FairShare rank[1]
    • FairShare tree naming conventions[1]
    • features[1]
    • field reference[1]
    • file names[1]
    • find and remove "stuck" jobs using a jobclass[1]
    • find and view example environment scripts[1]
    • find and view resources.tcl file[1]
    • find available jobclasses[1]
    • find jobclasses[1]
    • find the server working directory[1]
    • find the URL[1]
    • forget jobs[1]
    • forgetting unneeded resource maps[1]
    • format strings[1]
    • free disk space[1]
    • frequently asked questions[1]
    • frequently asked questions and troubleshooting tips[1][2]
    • FS_EXCESS_RUNNING_LOCAL[1]
  • G
    • generate custom reports[1]
    • get detailed information about a job[1][2]
    • get job information[1]
    • get summary information[1]
    • global setting for reconciliation[1]
    • graphical view of job progress and results[1]
    • groups[1]
    • guest access port[1]
  • H
    • handle matching, disable[1]
    • handling the overflow event[1]
    • hardware resources[1]
    • help, quick start[1][2]
    • historical job data files[1]
    • hooks[1]
    • hook signatures[1]
    • host availability policy[1]
    • hot upgrade[1]
    • how vovserver failover works[1]
    • HPC advice[1]
    • HTTP access models[1]
  • I
    • icons[1]
    • incompatible fields[1]
    • instructions, bypass ACL[1]
    • interactive jobs[1]
    • interactive jobs restrictions and consequences[1]
    • introduction[1]
    • invoke the GUI[1][2]
  • J
    • job, emulate with script [][1][2]
    • job, waiting for resources[1]
    • job arrays[1]
    • jobclass_global[1]
    • jobclass_site[1]
    • jobclass, define default[1]
    • jobclass, submit[1]
    • jobclass definitions examples[1]
    • jobclass directories[1]
    • jobclasses[1][2]
    • jobclasses, define[1]
    • jobclass examples[1]
    • job cohorts[1]
    • job control[1]
    • job fostering[1]
    • jobname attribute[1]
    • job not running[1]
    • job persistence[1]
    • job placement policies[1]
    • job profiling[1]
    • job resource plots[1]
    • job resources[1][2]
    • job running overview[1]
    • job runtime - monitoring and profiling[1]
    • jobs, forget from vovserver memory[1]
    • jobs, keep[1]
    • jobs,pending[1]
    • jobs,queued[1]
    • jobs, rerun[1]
    • jobs,scheduled[1]
    • jobs, show current information[1][2]
    • job setup options[1]
    • jobs file fields description[1]
    • job status[1][2]
    • job status notification[1][2]
    • job status triggers[1]
    • jobs too young to preempt[1]
    • job submission arguments[1]
    • job submission customizing procedures[1]
    • journal files[1]
    • journals[1]
    • JWT token allocation[1]
  • K
    • Kafka[1]
    • key REST concepts[1]
    • kill instead of suspend a job[1]
  • L
    • launch jobs with non-default options[1]
    • license-based resources[1]
    • license handle, match to jobs[1]
    • license overbooking[1]
    • license overbooking in vovresourced[1]
    • license sharing support[1]
    • limitations and common errors[1]
    • limits in jobclasses[1]
    • limit users[1]
    • list cache, configure expiration[1]
    • list cache, enable[1]
    • listing jobs[1]
    • live capacity configuration[1]
    • lmmgr stop[1]
    • LMREMOVE[1]
    • load sensor[1]
    • load sensors[1]
    • local resource maps[1]
    • locate server configuration directory to find policy.tcl[1]
    • locate the security configuration file: security.tcl[1]
    • log file, interactive job[1]
    • log files[1][2]
    • logical file names[1]
    • logical names (equivalences[1]
    • LSF
    • LSF, platform[1]
    • LSF emulation[1][2]
    • LSF migration[1]
  • M
    • MAILTO notifications, job status[1][2]
    • MAILTO properties[1][2]
    • manage jobs[1]
    • manage processes[1]
    • manage reservations[1]
    • manage resources with the CLI[1]
    • manage umask[1]
    • manual backups[1]
    • manual data loading[1]
    • manual preemption[1]
    • match jobs to handles[1]
    • maxfile, vovagent.cfg[1]
    • maxidle, vovagent.cfg[1]
    • maxlife, vovagent.cfg[1]
    • message, too many clients[1]
    • method 1: use windows explorer to set command line environment[1]
    • method 2: using Windows command prompt to set command line environment[1]
    • metrics, scheduler[1][2]
    • migrate from LSF[1]
    • migration of preemption from 2013.03 and prior versions[1]
    • minimum free disk[1]
    • minumum bucket age to trigger preemption[1]
    • modify running jobs[1]
    • modify scheduled jobs[1]
    • Monitor-basic[1][2][3]
    • Monitor Basic setup[1]
    • monitor FairShare[1]
    • monitoring preemption behavior[1]
    • monitor job, RAM, CPU and children[1]
    • monitor resource availability[1]
    • monitor resource utilization[1]
    • motivation for commas[1]
    • multiple jobs, submit[1]
    • multique preemption[1]
  • N
    • named container configurations[1]
    • NC_DEFAULT_JOBCLASS[1]
    • nc_gui[1][2]
    • nc_info.py[1]
    • nc_list.py[1]
    • NC_QUEUE environment variable[1]
    • nc_run2.py[1]
    • nc_run.py[1]
    • nc clean[1]
    • nc forget[1][2]
    • nc jobclass[1][2]
    • nc list[1][2]
    • nc list, customize[1]
    • ncmgr[1]
    • ncmgr command[1][2]
    • ncmgr start[1]
    • ncmgr stop[1]
    • nc percent[1]
    • nc preempt[1]
    • nc rerun[1]
    • nc run[1]
    • nc run, customize[1]
    • nc stop[1]
    • nc summary[1]
    • nc taskerlist[1]
    • nc wait[1][2]
    • nc why[1][2]
    • negated reservations[1]
    • negated resources[1]
    • node fields[1]
    • nodes, add to FairShare[1]
    • nodes, delete[1]
    • no preemption after resumption[1]
    • notification daemon: vovnotifyd[1]
    • notification of job status[1][2]
    • notifications[1]
    • nozap, clean option[1]
    • NUMA control and CPU affinity[1]
    • number of reservations and system performance[1]
    • number of tool explodes[1]
  • O
    • obtain server credentials[1]
    • online help[1][2][3]
    • OpenMPI support[1]
    • optional vovpreemptd daemon[1]
    • overbooking advantages[1]
    • overbooking operation[1]
    • overlapping queues[1]
    • override delays[1]
    • overview[1]
    • overwrite the log file[1]
  • P
    • parameterized environments[1]
    • parameters that control the scheduler[1]
    • PDF, access[1][2][3]
    • persistant reservations[1]
    • persistent capacity configuration[1]
    • plot jobs[1]
    • policy[1]
    • policy, customize[1]
    • post-condition[1][2]
    • practical FairShare driven preemption[1]
    • pre and post conditions[1]
    • pre-command and post-command job condition[1][2]
    • pre-condition[1][2]
    • predicates, in selection rules[1]
    • preempting tokens[1]
    • preemption[1]
    • preemption across jobclasses[1]
    • preemption based on FairShare[1]
    • preemption by priority[1]
    • preemption conditions[1]
    • preemption cycle[1]
    • preemption directory and files[1]
    • preemption examples[1]
    • preemption methods[1]
    • preemption over Allocator[1]
    • preemption plans[1]
    • preemption rules[1]
    • preemption rules, Tcl interface[1]
    • preemption rule types[1]
    • preemption timing[1]
    • preempt jobs with unrequested resources[1]
    • preempt resumer jobs[1]
    • preempt Ultrasim[1]
    • pre-pending and appending arguments in a job submission[1]
    • priority[1]
    • priority-based preemption for tokens[1]
    • procedures for job customization[1]
  • Q
    • qualify the working directory of jobs[1]
    • quantitative resources[1]
    • query the vovserver[1]
    • queue name, default[1][2]
    • queue selection[1]
    • quick reference[1][2]
    • quick start help[1][2]
  • R
    • RAM, monitor[1]
    • RAM sentry[1]
    • rebuild a database from source data files[1]
    • reconcile unused resources[1]
    • reconciliation daemon configuration[1]
    • refresh environments[1]
    • refresh rate[1]
    • release notes, 2021.1.0-p1[1]
    • release notes, 2021.1.1[1]
    • remote shell command[1]
    • removed licenses from a preempted job[1]
    • request a license before executing jobs[1]
    • request hardware resources[1]
    • rerun jobs[1][2]
    • RESD(refresh)[1]
    • reserved connection on the localhost[1]
    • reserve resources for token-based jobs[1]
    • resource/handle matching[1]
    • resource availability[1]
    • resource daemon configuration[1]
    • resource management[1][2]
    • resource mapping[1]
    • resource map reservation[1]
    • resource monitor[1]
    • resource path[1]
    • resource plots[1]
    • resource reservation time[1]
    • resources and license[1]
    • resources representing the sum of others[1]
    • resource statistics[1]
    • resources that change over time[1]
    • resource throttling[1]
    • resource utilization[1]
    • restart, crash recovery[1]
    • restore a database from backups[1]
    • REST request detailed documentation[1]
    • rolling hot upgrade[1]
    • rules to write environments in c-shell[1]
    • rules to write environments in tcl[1]
    • run basic jobs[1]
    • run jobs with CLI commands[1]
    • run jobs with various options[1]
    • running interactive jobs[1]
    • run periodic tasks with vovcrontab[1]
    • run periodic Tasks with vovliveness[1]
    • RUNSTATUS field values[1]
    • run vovtsd as a different user[1]
    • run vovtsd as a service[1]
  • S
    • safe job control timeout[1]
    • sanity check for vovserver[1][2]
    • save the new configuration[1]
    • scheduled jobs[1]
    • schedule jobs[1]
    • schedule job submission[1]
    • scheduler metrics[1][2]
    • script, emulate jobs[1][2]
    • sds.config[1][2][3][4]
    • sds configuration[1]
    • sds configuration, change at run time[1]
    • sds configuration, troubleshooting[1]
    • sds configuration file, change for the first time[1]
    • seamless transition to cycle-based scheduler[1]
    • search for preemptable jobs[1]
    • security configuration examples[1]
    • select a named environment[1]
    • select a queue name[1]
    • selection rules[1]
    • select the preemption method[1]
    • self limiting[1]
    • server candidates[1]
    • servercandidates.tcl[1][2]
    • server capacity[1]
    • server configuration[1]
    • server configuration parameters[1]
    • server configuration variables[1]
    • server error conditions[1]
    • server impersonation on Windows[1]
    • serverinfo.tcl[1]
    • server license violation[1]
    • set FairShare weights in jobclasses[1]
    • set FairShare weights via the web interface[1]
    • set status[1]
    • set the range for VovId[1]
    • setting aggregation by speed[1]
    • setting up the user shell[1]
    • setup.cgi page[1]
    • setup.tcl[1]
    • set up aggregation[1]
    • set up the optional preemption ruler compiler daemon[1]
    • setup using the web page[1]
    • SGE style load sensors[1]
    • simulation scripts[1][2][3][4]
    • single job submit example[1]
    • size specification[1]
    • SNAPPROP environment[1]
    • SNAPSHOT environment[1]
    • solution to file descriptor exhaustion[1]
    • source data backups[1]
    • speed up nc run[1]
    • start/stop the RLM license server[1]
    • start and configure the daemon[1]
    • start a queue[1][2]
    • start a test queue[1]
    • starting vovresourced[1]
    • start the preemption rule compiler daemon vovpreemptd[1]
    • start vovfilerd[1]
    • statistics overview[1][2]
    • status of a set[1]
    • status of jobs[1][2]
    • stop jobs[1]
    • storage aware grid acceleration with vovfilerd[1]
    • storage aware scheduling[1]
    • stuck job, troubleshoot with LASTCPUPROGRESS[1]
    • submission of jobs with pre-condition or post-condition[1][2]
    • submit job, with jobclass[1]
    • submit jobs[1]
    • submit jobs from the browser[1][2]
    • submit jobs using jobclasses[1][2]
    • submit jobs with CLI commands[1]
    • submit multiple jobs at once[1]
    • submit multi-threaded jobs[1]
    • submitted job information display[1]
    • subserver, nc list[1]
    • subserver, start[1]
    • subserver, stop[1]
    • subserver, use[1]
    • summary of all jobs[1]
    • supported platforms[1]
    • swap, monitor[1]
    • system overview[1]
    • system tasks[1]
  • T
  • U
    • uncountable resources[1]
    • UNIX[1]
    • upgrade the database engine[1]
    • use additional jobclass directories[1]
    • use a specific queue[1]
    • use CM in a test instance[1]
    • use containers for jobs[1]
    • use environments: -e <env>[1]
    • use jobclasses[1]
    • use of resources: -r <res1 res2 ...>[1]
    • user accounts that run jobs on Windows[1]
    • user setup: bourne shell, k-shell, z-shell, bash[1]
    • user setup: c-shell, TCSH[1]
    • user setup: Windows command shell[1]
    • user shell setup[1]
    • user-specified scripts[1]
    • use the -resumeres option[1]
    • use the web browser[1]
    • use the web interface to create a new preemption rule[1]
    • use vovselect for querying[1][2]
    • using a subserver to handle large loads[1]
    • using jobclasses[1]
    • using snapshot with named environment[1]
    • using vovcontrab[1]
    • utility vovresreq: request a license before executing jobs[1]
  • V
  • W
    • wait for jobs[1][2]
    • waiting, stopping, cleaning, debugging jobs[1]
    • wait reasons[1]
    • web-based interface for preemption[1]
    • web interface[1][2]
    • web server configuration[1]
    • what happens when jobs are running[1]
    • workaround for misspelled resource[1]
    • working directories and equivalences[1]
    • write custom queries[1]
    • write environments[1]
    • write localized health checks[1]
    • ww ccexec, wrapper[1]
  • Z